IPAMA, IIP host successful promotional meet in Delhi

The Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) organised a successful promotional meet on 27 January 2024, at Crowne Plaza Hotel, New Delhi, in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP).

02 Feb 2024 | By Rahul Kumar

(l-r) Jaiveer Singh, president IPAMA, Sunil Jain, chairman, IIP, Vinay Kumar Gupta, general secretary IPAMA, Alpesh Thakar, chairman, IntraPac India Committee, and Suresh Kumar, treasurer, IPAMA

The event witnessed the participation of key industry figures, including Sunil Jain, chairman of the Indian Institute of Packaging and president of Rajoo Engineering; Sudeep Sarcar, CEO of IEML; Dr Tanweer Alam, additional director, IIP; Barun Banerjee, CTO of Jupiter Laminators; Rakesh from PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, representatives from esteemed organisations such as Dabur, Nestle, HUL, and exhibitors of IntraPac India, along with senior officials from IPAMA and the Indian Institute of Packaging. The event saw a total of 146 delegates in attendance from the packaging industry.

Dr Tanweer Alam addressed the audience during the Promotional Meet, providing insights into the IntraPac India Exhibition, highlighting the Institute’s activities, and showcasing its contributions to the promotion of the Indian Packaging Industry. Sunil Jain, president, IIP, also commended IPAMA for its efforts in organising the IntraPac exhibition. Several IIP alumni shared their perspectives on the occasion.

Representatives from IPAMA, Jaiveer Singh, president, and Vinay Kumar Gupta, general secretary, updated the audience on exhibition details and the complimentary facilities available to exhibitors and business visitors. They announced that the Ministry of MSME had confirmed to provide financial assistance to MSME Units under the Procurement and Marketing Support Scheme, alleviating the financial burden on these units.

Under the theme, The Future is Out of the Box, Jaiveer Singh expressed IPAMA’s commitment to industry growth, pledging to make IntraPac India the largest packaging show in India after a few editions. They emphasised that IPAMA works solely for the development of the Indian Printing and Packaging Industry, not for profit, distinguishing it from other organizers with different motives for exhibitions.

The audience applauded IPAMA’s efforts in organising IntraPac India, expressing confidence in the success of the upcoming exhibition. The Promotional Meet concluded with a vote of thanks by R Suresh Kumar, treasurer, IPAMA.